I don't know if The correct term is LOM but I am looking for a motherboard I can load an OS on but it should have POE ethernet ports as well. I am looking to have this board have anywhere between 4 to 48 ports. Can anyone help?
The http://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/embedded/products/galileo/galileo-overview.html Intel(R) Galileo Gen 2 Development Board is the product that may help you because it has the 12V Power-over-Ethernet (PoE) capability.
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Thank you Carlos, I see what you mean but this can only be what I need if this board could be made to support more that 1 POE port. The Los Lunas 2 board and the Ivy Bridge are 2 examples of what I am referring to. But I have seen systems with more than 1,2 or 4 ports. I am looking to create a product for market and I know Intel makes the board I need (or an OEM). Two examples of what I am looking to do are in the links below.
http://www.razberi.net/products/professional-serverswitches/raz-mpro8/ RAZ-MPRO8 : Razberi Technologies
You can find several systems support Power-over-Ethernet by working with our http://iotsolutionsalliance.intel.com/solutions-directory Intel® Internet of Things Solutions Alliance customers. Just plug PoE into the search box. I know there are both systems and PCIe cards based on Intel Ethernet that support PoE in the industry.
However, this is not a product that Intel builds directly for sale.
I have a system manufactured by Intel called the Los Lunas 2. It has a gen 3 i3 processor. IT has 8 ports that are POE. I'm trying to find a manufacturer to do the same board for me but also 16 and 124 and higher port configurations.